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Abbotsford nurse faces prescription drug fraud charge

8:13 PM, Jul. 15, 2013
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A prescription drug fraud charge has been filed against an Abbotsford nurse accused of diverting medications from the nursing home where she worked.

Patricia Pokallus, 51, of Spencer, was charged with one felony count of obtaining controlled substances by fraud and her nursing license was suspended after she told staff members at Golden LivingCenter - Continental Manor, 600 E. Elm St., Abbotsford, she took lorazepam, an anti-anxiety drug, from the facility for personal use Feb. 3.

A nurse manager at Continental Manor noted Pokallus administered lorazepam on Feb. 3 to two residents who ...

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